Show Notes for Thursday, August 26, 2021


Dear John,

I recently started a new job that is not working out very well. My husband has a great job, so money is not super tight, but I spent a year without a job and took this opportunity because I thought it would be a good fit. In theory, it should have been a great fit, but in reality, I feel like the place I'm currently working will either lead me to a drinking problem or a divorce or both. I don't want to quit so quickly since I've only been here a few weeks. But I knew the first day that this was probably not gonna be the best place for me. The stress it's causing and the unprofessional atmosphere is wearing me out day after day. Do you think I should try to make it work? Should I get the heck out of here? I'd love some help!

Signed – Should I Stay or Should I Go?!

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August 26

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According to a survey out of Germany, more than a third of men and women would rather go on believing a spouse is faithful than find out they’re cheating. 1,000 men and women we polled and 88 percent believe fidelity is an important part of a relationship. However if a partner strays, 37 percent of women and 34 percent of men would rather be kept in the dark.

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A long-haul trucker is facing multiple criminal charges after crashing his tractor-trailer, which was filled with Pop-Tarts and Cheez-Its, while driving on Interstate 95 in Maine. Police say that Miles McIntyre, a 61-year-old Southern California resident, drove off the road and struck rock ledges, causing the truck to roll on its side (and the vehicle’s contents to tragically spill into a ditch). Officers responding to the rollover crash arrested McIntyre after he was determined to be impaired. McIntyre was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, driving to endanger, and possession of methamphetamine. McIntyre was treated for minor injuries at a local hospital, and then booked into the Kennebec County jail. While police did not reveal how many Pop-Tarts and Cheez-Its perished in the crash, an inspector from the Maine Department of Agriculture was on site to inspect survivors to “ensure safe consumption.” (


Kim Kardashian posted an Instagram photo that shows her listening to her ex-husband Kanye West's new album while cruising in her car.

Banned Olympic Sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson finished last in her first race since testing positive for marijuana use. (

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Disney World is preparing to fill its park with free-roaming robots that will wander around the park and interact with guests. (

In a new Tiffany campaign, Beyonce is wearing more than 200 carats of diamonds. (

A veterinarian in Germany who operated on a dog to remove what was thought to be a tumor found undigested underwear instead.

A 100-year-old woman has officially been named the world’s oldest Competitive Female Power Lifter. She began power lifting at 91-years old. (

The average household will go through 216 bottles of lotions and potions every year. These include shampoo, conditioner, hairspray, hair gel and heat protectors. As well as the countless bottles used for cleaning and styling their hair, households will also go through 24 bottles of shower gel, 24 tubes of toothpaste, and 12 bottles of moisturizer.

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And trees weren't always biodegradable. Today, bacteria and fungi eat away at fallen trees, but that wasn't always the case. Bacteria had to evolve to eat wood, so hundreds of millions of years go, trees would fall at death, leaving large piles of dead wood. Forest fires of unimaginable proportions would burn the massive mounds of dead wood. And that's where most of the coal today on Earth came from, according to National Geographic. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

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A one-year-old Russian toddler survived three nights in a forest surrounded by bears and wolves. (

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A Clearwater man is facing a charge of robbery with a deadly weapon after trying to steal a Snickers bar from a Largo WaWa gas station. Officers arrested 49-year-old Erick Minto after responding to a call from the gas station, where an employee was threatened over the chocolate, caramel, and nougat bar. According to an affidavit, Minto attempted by force to take a Snickers bar, “with intent to temporarily or permanently deprive” the employee of it, using a folding pocket knife. Deputies were told by the victim that Minto came into the store asking for free food, and when he was told no, pulled out his knife, opened it, pointed it at the victim, and threatened them. “Don’t make me do something stupid for a Snickers bar,” he told the victim. In fear for his life, the WaWa employee gave him the Snickers, then Minto left the store. Minto left the bar on the cashier counter. Deputies then found Minto. After being read his Miranda rights, Minto denied threatening the victim but did admit to opening the knife up while in the store. He says he was trying to trade the knife for the candy. (

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Police say two men involved in stealing trading cards from an Adelaide business then went and tried to sell them back to the store the same day. Three other people have also been charged over the alleged burglary of the gaming store in Adelaide's CBD. Police say the group broke into the business and stole a large number of rare Digimon trading cards and board games some time on Monday night into Tuesday morning. About 1:15pm the same day, police say a man returned to the same store and tried to sell the allegedly stolen cards. Staff called police and the man led officers to a nearby house where they found cards and games, along with two other suspects. About 3:00 p.m., a separate man went to the same store and also wanted to sell Digimon cards, but he was also arrested by police. A 41-year-old Belair man, a 30-year-old Adelaide woman, a 28-year-old Adelaide man, a 28-year-old Seaton man, and a 41-year-old man of no fixed address have all been charged with offenses including serious criminal trespass, unlawful possession, and theft by receiving. A sixth person is still being sought by police. (

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